The LA Kings have agreed to terms with forward Tyler Toffoli on a three-year contract extension, Kings Vice President and General Manager Rob Blake announced today.
Toffoli's contract will have an Annual Average Value (AAV) of $4.6 million.
The 25-year-old Toffoli (born on April 24, 1992) is a 6-0, 201-pound native of Scarborough, Ontario, who appeared in 63 games last season with the Kings, posting 34 points (16-18=34), a plus-6 rating (third on the team) and 22 penalty minutes.
A second-round (47th overall) selection of the Kings in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft, Toffoli will be entering his sixth NHL season in 2017-18. He has appeared in 293 regular-season games posting 175 points (84-91=175), a plus-90 rating and 91 penalty minutes. His plus-90 rating ranks third on the Kings all-time list, and first among active players.
He was a part of the 2014 Stanley Cup winning team. Overall he has appeared in a total of 43 playoff games with Los Angeles, recording 21 points (9-12=21), a plus-6 rating and 12 penalty minutes. During the 2014 Stanley Cup run he ranked first among all rookies in goals (7), points (14) and game-winning goals (2).
He posted career-highs during the 2015-16 season in goals (31), assists (27), points (58) and games played (82) while also leading the league with a plus-35 rating. He was the first King to break the 30-goal mark since Anze Kopitar did so in 2009-10.
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